The Chao gong (tam tam) has been part of the Chinese heritage for hundreds of years. It has a rich and powerful sound rich in overtones. Our Chao Gongs come from Wuhan, which is known to produce the best gongs in the world.
- €47 – €1000+
The Bao gong (often called a Temple Gong) is traditionally a sacred gong use in temples throughout Asia. When struck, it produces a clear sustained note.
- €119 – €149
Opera Gong and Tiger Gong.
These two gongs are very similar in appearance. The opera gong gives a low note which asends up to the keynote which then resonates for a while. A tiger gong is more commonly descending and generally bigger than an opera gong and with a smaller shift in pitch.
- €76 – 89
A flat round gong usually made of bronze and well know for their loud and dynamic quality. They are produced to be heavy in overtones giving a sustained crashing sound.
- €34 – €1000+
Bells and Cymbals
Bell strings and ankle bells
Bell strings have a lovely light angelic sound. They add magic to any music scenario.
Tibetan Temple Bells (Bell and Dorje)
The Tibetan temple bell is a heavy brass bell with lovely resonance. It consists of the bell (which represents female energy) and dorje (which represents male energy). In buddhist tradition the bell is held and played in the left hand whilst the dorje is held in the right hand.
- €16.90 – €34.90